Dip Dye flower vases

Tuesday, July 19, 2011


I caught the dip dye bug lately (have you?) and this flower cup project by the ladies from StudioChoo looks adorable and doable, even for someone as clumsy as me:) Just a few fun shaped paper cups, a big pot with natural plant materials like bearded iris, beets and dahlias. About an hour of simmering for the right colour combination and you are ready to dip! You can use them for a party, your dining table or even a summer wedding as centerpieces! Darlings, what do you think? xo

(via Design*Sponge)

35 comments:

the southern hostess said...

These are so lovely! What a cool idea.

Anonymous said...

Those would be perfect for my wedding. It's next spring. Thanks, Di

Jen Daiker said...

I love these flower pots! I think they're perfect for a wedding Anonymous! Beautiful idea!

The Blonde Duck said...

I love them! How do you do them? You just use paper cups?

Melanie's Randomness said...

Oh different!! I love the layered colors!!! The purples are beautiful!!

Melanie's Randomness

Something Old, Something New said...

Love this idea - how fun! They're so cute

Diana Mieczan said...

The Blonde Duck, yup! You need a few paper cups, mix your own dyes from natural plant materials or get one from the store and you are all set to start dipping:)

Diana Mieczan said...

Melanie, aren't they? I never thought that beets can create such stunning colours:)

Galit said...

Love it!!! Would love playing with some dip dying around the house. Thinking maybe refreshing some bedding this way!

Sage Crown Parker said...

so pretty, love them. and simple!

Ana Degenaar said...

I am so making these as soon as I land home.

keishua said...

so lovely. I have not dyed anything in a while but I have been painting a lot. I will have to give this a try.

Lisa Griffin said...

i'm totally testing these out they look great!
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Diana Mieczan said...

Galit, such a good idea:)

Justine said...

Thanks for your message on my blog. I'm ok, a bit tired but happy! James is 5 weeks old now! Have a nice week

Jennifer said...

So beautiful! What a unique DIY project!

marissa at the boot said...

it's amazing how the natural world provides us with such beautiful color! what a cool diy!

Samantha said...

So beautiful. I think I may have a new project for this weekend.

quintessence said...

I'm not much of a project girl but these are adorable!!

Cara said...

LOVE those!

Morgan said...

Loving these! I saw them on Pinterest a few days ago and have been thinking of them ever since!

jillian :: cornflake dreams. said...

o wow! what a fun project, we have a few planters in the apt that could use a little jazzing up.. i should try this out. xoxo jillian:: cornflake dreams

Diana Mieczan said...

I agree, Marissa. From now on whenever I want to try dye tie or dip dye I'm going to make an effort to use natural materials to create all the beautiful colours. There is so much beauty in nature!

sherri lynn said...

These look so pretty! Perfect for spring!

Alexa said...

Diana I LOVE these. I'm always looking for a way to make the garden pop you know? There's only so much terra cotta one can handle. Ha.
xo
Alexa

Sandy a la Mode said...

these vases are soo pretty!! love them!

katie said...

ohh those are so gorgeous!!

La Feem said...

These are super cool and so cute! xo

Krystal said...

now those rock!

Annie said...

so so pretty! I've never tried this before!

Bride-onicles said...

Um those are gorgeous and I would like to experiment for one for our wedding tables. I'll let you know how it comes out!! LOVE!!

Kirsty said...

Love this! Thanks for sharing!

Noodles and Waffles said...

These are lovely.

SJ said...

awesome. i need a nicer way to display my succulent collection!

Oh, My Darling said...

Simply gorgeous!!

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